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Vertical Pano

By MrsS    
So, in answer to Roy's comment from yesterday, I'd already processed this one!

I wanted to concentrate on the building (I think it's the Bridgewater something or other) and the reflection in the canal.

I really liked the edge of the tow-path and the sprinkling of colour from the dandelions, just to show that even in urban landscapes, there is still "countryside" to be had Smile

Oh, and the title? - - - well if you can turn your monitor on its side - it would be! Wink

Hope you like it, thanks for looking, enjoy your evening! (Two weeks today.........)

Fran x

Tags: Canal General Architecture Leeds Richard Landscape and travel Urbanscaping Lesf Nice light while it lasted

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ringyneck 9 315 18 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2008 6:26PM
It's unusual....but I like it (thanks **** Emery!!).


Update...Ha ha ha Richards shortened name got the stars.

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looboss 9 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2008 6:38PM
cropping a bit from top and bottom or just one of them would help Smile

nice clear detailed shot.

bangalicious 8 1.3k 5 England
9 Jul 2008 6:54PM
Different idea, but it is effective. Agree with Loo, crop out the building on the left of the structure.

IFIMAGE 8 143 Wales
9 Jul 2008 7:32PM
Cracking Image
Great work
Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
9 Jul 2008 7:47PM
...not the best idea he ever had LOL, perhaps there is too much sky Sad
LesF 10 182 9
9 Jul 2008 7:57PM
Top bottom whatever you can,t get away from the excellent thinking behind taking this shot and I think its a cracking idea to portray Bridgewater Place like this.
Well captured and presented Fran.

Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
9 Jul 2008 8:46PM
I like it Fran - it has a nice balance and tones too.
Well captured and cropped.
regards Richard.
goso 10 2 1 Australia
9 Jul 2008 9:30PM
Something to reflect upon - unusual and well taken......Bill
martin.w 14 438 22 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2008 10:41PM
Had to be yours...most original Smile
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
9 Jul 2008 11:42PM
Thanks Keith, Luis, Anil. Ian, Les, Richard, Bill and MrW Smile

Re the sky - - I wanted to place the horizon central on this one, so there! Wink

You know how much I like to do "different" MrW Smile
(Hope to see you soon Grin)

Cheers Folks
Fran x
jaspernina 9 1.0k Wales
10 Jul 2008 12:13AM
Well hello Fran & how are we? This is very arty, I like it, a lot!

MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
10 Jul 2008 5:25PM
I'm well Stephen, long time no speak! Hope you are well too Smile

Fran x
RockArea 10 18 3 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2008 6:26PM
This crop really brings out the clarity of the image, Fran.

ade_mcfade 12 15.2k 216 England
10 Jul 2008 9:43PM
I'd loose a bit of sky cause there's no fluffy clouds or owt, but otherwise it looks a cracking refelction - I was here a mere 10 days ago as someone was driving away in my car with most of my camera kit :-(
MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
10 Jul 2008 10:01PM
Thanks David, and you too Cuddles Smile

I know, Ade, you told me - - bought a Crook-lock yet for the new one????? Wink

F xx
JouŠo 12 56 Finland
15 Jul 2008 6:17PM
Brill work!!!

MrsS 10 4.5k 18 England
16 Jul 2008 11:34PM
Thanks Jouko Smile

F xx

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